The Local Studies Department is the primary resource for local history research in County Tipperary for historians and enthusiasts. It has a dedicated reading room with modern research facilities.
1930s, Bar, Co. Limerick, Fair Green, Kilmallock, Leo Public House, Limestone entrance, Lord Edward Street, Photography, Post no Bills, Public House, Red brick, Shop front, Sign writing
1849, Abbey Street, Annsgift, Ardculla, Ardsalla, Ballintemple, Ballybought, Ballyvaddy, Ballyvaldy, Barrettsgrange, Barrettstown, Barrretstown, Carrigeen, Cashel PLU, Cashel Road, Cashel Street, Clonmel Road, Clonmel Road or Market Hill, Coleman, Coolinnure, Coolmore, Coolmoyne, Corporation, Cramps Bridge, Crossard, Curriscurteen, Derryluskin, Fair Green, Famine, Farrenray, Farrenrore, Glenagaddy, Gurteen, Gurteen Shamrock, Hole in the Wall, Jesuits Walk, Kerry Street, Killenaule Road, Kilnockin, Knockbording, Knockbrack, Madamsland, Main Street, Mocklerstown, Money Park, Monmore, Moonbeg, More Street, Munroe, Munroe or Liberties of Fethard, Old Chapel Lane, Old Mill Street, Property, Prospect, Rathcoole, Rathdrum, Rathduff, Rathmore, Rathvin, Red City, Red City Hill, Redeen, River Street, Rocklow, Rocklow Road, Rockvalley, Saucestown, Saucestown Road, Sauls Land, Slainstown, Spittlefield, Sraylay Road, Taxation, Templemartin, Upper Coolmoyne, Valley, Valley Street, Valuation
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